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New Property Search Back to Search Results Quick Info Property Information Taxpayer Name and Address Value Information Value History Structure Description Sale Information Special Assessments Property Tax Payment Information Property Tax Payment History 2009 Payment Stubs 2009 Property Tax Statement 2009 Value Notice 2008 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2007 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2006 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice Truth in Taxation Statement Minnesota State Form M1PR Year Built # of Stories Finished SQ Feet Foundation Size 1888 1.00 840 840 > Quick Information Go to E-Pay (US Bank Browser Requirements) Property Identification Number (PIN) 32.29.22.41.0053 Property Address 697 Surrey Ave St. Paul 55106-5521 Assessment Date 01-02-2008 Tax Payable Year Total Estimated Market Value Total Taxable Market Value Total Estimated Land Value Total Estimated Building Value Total Property Tax + Special Assessments Property Class Description 2009 $61,300 $61,300 $34,800 $26,500 $1,036 Res Non-h Res Non-h 01-02-2009 2010 $59,400 $59,400 $17,400 $42,000

The Plat or Section / Township / Range and Legal Description listed below may be an abbreviated legal description - Do not use to prepare legal documents Plat or Section / Township / Range Lyman Dayton Addition Legal Description Lot 5 Blk 46 To determine whether your property is Abstract or Torrens, call (651)266-2000 Most Recent Qualified Sale Most Recent Qualified Price

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Ramsey County Property Records and Revenue 50 West Kellogg Blvd, Suite 800 Saint Paul, MN 55102 Sharon Anderson 697 Surrey Ave St Paul MN 55106-5521

Web: www.co.ramsey.mn.us Email: PropertyTaxInfo@co.ramsey.mn.us Phone: 651.266.2000

PROPERTY ADDRESS / ABBREVIATED TAX DESCRIPTION

697 Surrey Ave LYMAN DAYTON ADDITION LOT 5 BLK 46

32.29.22.41.0053
For taxes Payable in 2005 For taxes Payable in 2006

0151 03-08-2007

2006 Property Tax Statement
1. 2. Use this amount on Form M1PR to see if you’re eligible for a property tax refund. File by August 15. If box is checked, you owe delinquent taxes and are not eligible. Use this amount for the special property tax refund on schedule 1 of Form M1PR Your property tax before reduction by state-paid aids and credits Aid paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Homestead and Agricultural credits paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Your property tax after reduction by state-paid aids and credits Ramsey County a. Regional Rail Authority b. Public Safety Radio System c. City or Town – St. Paul State General Tax School District a. Voter approved levies b. Other local levies Special taxing districts a. Metropolitan special taxing districts b. Other special taxing districts c. Tax increment d. Fiscal disparity Non-school voter approved referenda levies Total property tax before special assessments Special assessments/service charges added to this property tax statement for taxes payable in 2006 01000032 86.94 a. Reg Asmt b. Reg Asmt 01000080 58.62 c. Reg Asmt 01009996 24.36 d. e. Contamination Tax Total Property Tax and Special Assessments

$ $
482.50

576.08

Your property tax and how it is reduced by the State of Minnesota
2,282.58 1,550.08 250.00 482.50 2,608.48 1,738.80 293.60 576.08

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Where your property tax dollars go
179.90 3.33 1.86 123.00 198.72 11.39 1.94 134.25

8. 9. 10. 11.

29.41 125.15 13.34 6.51

40.21 168.42 13.98 7.17

482.50 157.50

576.08 169.92

12. 13. 14.

$

640.00 $

746.00

15.

2006 Valuation Notice for Taxes Payable in 2007
The following section is your 2006 Valuation Notice which is the estimated market value of this property and the basis used for determining your property taxes payable in 2007. Prior year comparisons are shown for your convenience. If you do not believe you could sell your property for the Estimated Market Value shown for January 2, 2006 / payable 2007 (line 17), you may appeal this proposed value by attending the Open Book meeting indicated below. For tips on how to prepare for this meeting and other important appeal information see the back of this statement.
16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Assessment Date / Tax payable year Estimated Market Value Limited Market Value Value of New Improvements Green Acres Value Plat Deferment This Old House Exclusion Taxable Market Value Property Classification January 2, 2004 / payable 2005 93,500 $ X January 2, 2005 / payable 2006 106,200 $ X
73,400

January 2, 2006 / payable 2007 133,700 $X
88,500

62,500 Res Homestead

73,400 Res Homestead

88,500 Res Homestead

` Open Book/Preliminary Market Value Review Meeting

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Ramsey County Property Records and Revenue 50 West Kellogg Blvd, Suite 800 Saint Paul, MN 55102 SHARON ANDERSON 697 SURREY AV ST PAUL MN 55106-5521

Web: www.co.ramsey.mn.us Email: PropertyTaxInfo@co.ramsey.mn.us Phone: 651.266.2000

PROPERTY ADDRESS / ABBREVIATED TAX DESCRIPTION

697 SURREY AVE LYMAN DAYTON ADDITION LOT 5 BLK 46

32.29.22.41.0053
For taxes Payable in 2006 For taxes Payable in 2007

0151 03-14-2008

2007 Property Tax Statement
1. 2. Use this amount on Form M1PR to see if you’re eligible for a property tax refund. File by August 15. If box is checked, you owe delinquent taxes and are not eligible. Use this amount for the special property tax refund on schedule 1 of Form M1PR Your property tax before reduction by state-paid aids and credits Aid paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Homestead and Agricultural credits paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Your property tax after reduction by state-paid aids and credits Ramsey County a. Regional Rail Authority b. Public Safety Radio System c. City or Town – ST. PAUL State General Tax School District a. Voter approved levies b. Other local levies Special taxing districts a. Metropolitan special taxing districts b. Other special taxing districts 0 c. Tax increment d. Fiscal disparity Non-school voter approved referenda levies Total property tax before special assessments Special assessments/service charges added to this property tax statement for taxes payable in 2007 01000032 93.32 a. REG ASMT b. REG ASMT 01000080 59.66 c. REG ASMT 01009996 24.36 d. e. Contamination Tax Total Property Tax and Special Assessments

$ $
576.08

746.66

Your property tax and how it is reduced by the State of Minnesota
2,608.48 1,738.80 293.60 576.08 2,893.79 1,854.38 292.75 746.66

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Where your property tax dollars go
198.72 11.39 1.94 0.00 134.25 0.00 40.21 168.42 13.98 7.17 0.00 0.00 0.00 576.08 169.92 250.08 23.83 2.26 0.00 170.25 0.00 85.77 189.81

8. 9. 10. 11.

16.11 8.55 0.00 0.00 0.00 746.66 177.34

12. 13. 14.

0.00

0.00 924.00

$

746.00 $

15.

2007 Notice of Valuation and Classification for Taxes Payable in 2008
The 2007 Estimated Market Value and Classification shown in the box below will be used to determine the payable 2008 taxes. Prior year comparisons are shown for your convenience. If you do not believe you could sell your property for the Estimated Market Value shown for January 2, 2007 / payable 2008 (line 17), you may appeal this proposed value by attending the Open Book meeting indicated below. For tips on how to prepare for this meeting and other important appeal information see the back of this statement.
16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Assessment Date / Tax payable year Estimated Market Value Limited Market Value Value of New Improvements Green Acres Value Plat Deferment This Old House Exclusion Taxable Market Value Property Classification January 2, 2005 / payable 2006
106,200

January 2, 2006 / payable 2007
133,700 88,500

January 2, 2007 / payable 2008
116,100 101,800

73,400 RES HOMESTEAD

88,500 RES HOMESTEAD

101,800 RES HOMESTEAD

Open Book/Preliminary Market Value Review Meeting
Roseville Skating Center April 3 thru April 6, 2007 10:00am to 7:00pm 2661 Civic Center Drive Roseville MN 55113 NW Corner Lexington & Cty Rd C

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Ramsey County
Property Records and Revenue P.O. Box 64097 Saint Paul, MN 55164-0097 SHARON LEE ANDERSON 697 SURREY AV ST PAUL MN 55106-5521

PROPERTY ADDRESS / ABBREVIATED TAX DESCRIPTION Web: www.co.ramsey.mn.us Email: PropertyTaxInfo@co.ramsey.mn.us Phone: 651.266.2000 Located at: 90 West Plato Blvd, Saint Paul, MN

697 SURREY AVE LYMAN DAYTON ADDITION LOT 5 BLK 46

32.29.22.41.0053
For taxes Payable in 2007 For taxes Payable in 2008

0151

2008 Property Tax Statement
1. 2. Use this amount on Form M1PR to see if you’re eligible for a property tax refund. File by August 15. If box is checked, you owe delinquent taxes and are not eligible. Use this amount for the special property tax refund on schedule 1 of Form M1PR Your property tax before reduction by state-paid aids and credits Aid paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Homestead and Agricultural credits paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Your property tax after reduction by state-paid aids and credits Ramsey County a. Regional Rail Authority b. Public Safety Radio System c. City or Town – ST. PAUL State General Tax School District a. Voter approved levies b. Other local levies Special taxing districts a. Metropolitan special taxing districts b. Other special taxing districts c. Tax increment 0 d. Fiscal disparity Non-school voter approved referenda levies Total property tax before special assessments Special assessments/service charges added to this property tax statement for taxes payable in 2008 01000032 100.62 a. REG ASMT 01000080 62.14 b. REG ASMT 01008337 466.96 c. REG ASMT 01008350 508.88 d. REG ASMT e. CALL (651)266-2000 FOR MORE ASSESSMENTS. Contamination Tax Total Property Tax and Special Assessments

$ $
746.66

898.26

Your property tax and how it is reduced by the State of Minnesota
2,893.79 1,854.38 292.75 746.66 250.08 23.83 2.26 0.00 170.25 0.00 85.77 189.81 16.11 8.55 0.00 0.00 0.00 746.66 177.34 3,228.38 2,049.34 280.78 898.26 302.70 25.68 2.56 0.00 226.01 0.00 98.45 213.11

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Where your property tax dollars go

8. 9. 10. 11.

18.82 10.93 0.00 0.00 0.00 898.26 1,745.74

12. 13. 14.

$

0.00 924.00

$

0.00 2,644.00

15.

2008 Notice of Valuation and Classification for Taxes Payable in 2009
The 2008 Estimated Market Value and Classification shown in the box below will be used to determine the payable 2009 taxes. Prior year comparisons are shown for your convenience. If you do not believe you could sell your property for the Estimated Market Value shown for January 2, 2008 / payable 2009 (line 17), you may appeal this proposed value by attending the Open Book meeting indicated below. For tips on how to prepare for this meeting and other important appeal information see the back of this statement.
16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Assessment Date / Tax payable year Estimated Market Value Limited Market Value Value of New Improvements Green Acres Value Plat Deferment This Old House Exclusion Taxable Market Value Property Classification January 2, 2006 / payable 2007 $ 133,700 January 2, 2007 / payable 2008 $ 116,100
101,800

January 2, 2008 / payable 2009 $ 61,300

88,500 RES HOMESTEAD

101,800 RES HOMESTEAD

61,300 RES NON-HSTD

` Open Book/Preliminary Market Value Review Meeting

Please read the back of this statement for Important Appeal Information and Definitions

Ramsey County
Property Records and Revenue
P O Box 64097 St. Paul, MN 55164-0097 Location: 90 West Plato Blvd, St. Paul, MN Phone: 651-266-2000 Web: www.co.ramsey.mn.us/prr E-Mail: Askpropertytaxandrecords@co.ramsey.mn.us TAXPAYER NAME(S) AND ADDRESS SHARON LEE ANDERSON 697 SURREY AV ST PAUL MN 55106-5521

2009 Property Tax Statement
January 2, 2007 Payable 2008
$X 116,100 $X

January 2, 2008 Payable 2009
61,300

101,800 RES HMSTD

61,300 RES NON-H

Assessment Date Tax Payable Year Estimated Market Value Value Excluded Value of New Improvements Taxable Market Value Property Classification

PROPERTY ADDRESS

697 SURREY AVE
ABBREVIATED TAX DESCRIPTION

LYMAN DAYTON ADDITION LOT 5 BLK 46
PROPERTY IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (P.I.N)

32.29.22.41.0053

0151

2008
898.26 $ SPTAPXXXXXXX 3,228.38 XSBRAPXXXXXXX 280.78 XSAHCPXXXXXXX 898.26 XSARAPXXXXXXX 302.70 XSCTTPXXXXXXX 25.68 XSRRRPXXXXXXX 2.56 XSATTPXXXXXXX 0.00 XSLIBPXXXXXXX 226.01 XSCITPXXXXXXX 0.00 XSSTXPXXXXXXX XSVTTPXXXXXXX 98.45 213.11 XSSCTPXXXXXXX 18.82 XSMETPXXXXXXX 10.93 XSOTTPXXXXXXX 0.00 XSTITPXXXXXXX 0.00 XSFDTPXXXXXXX 0.00 XSMKVPXXXXXXX 898.26 XSTLTPXXXXXXX XSSPAPXXXXXXX 1,745.74

2009
$ XSPTACXXXXXXX 0.00

TAXES PAYABLE YEAR
1. 2. Use this amount on Form M1PR to see if you’re eligible for a property tax refund. X File by August 15. If box is checked, you owe delinquent taxes and are not eligible. Use this amount for the special property tax refund on schedule 1 of Form M1PR
ÅXSDELQ

749.52 XSBRACXXXXXXX 0.00 XSAGHCXXXXXXX 749.52 XSARACXXXXXXX 261.34 XSCTTCXXXXXXX 21.58 XSRRRCXXXXXXX 2.10 XSATTCXXXXXXX 0.00 XSLIBCXXXXXXX 198.50 XSCITCXXXXXXX 0.00 XSSTXCXXXXXXX XSVTTCXXXXXXX 71.71 164.81 XSSCTCXXXXXXX

3. 4. 5. 6.

7. 8. 9. 10.

15.76 XSMETCXXXXXXX 13.72 XSOTTCXXXXXXX 0.00 XSTITCXXXXXXX 0.00 XSFDTCXXXXXXX 0.00 XSMKVCXXXXXXX 749.52 XSTLTCXXXXXXX XSSPACXXXXXXX 286.48

11. 12. 13.

Your Property Tax and How It Is Reduced By The State Your property tax before reduction by state paid credits Homestead and Agricultural credits paid by the State of Minnesota to reduce your property tax Your property tax after reduction by state-paid aids and credits Property Tax by Jurisdiction Ramsey County a. Regional Rail Authority b. Public Safety Radio System c. XSLIBLXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ST. PAUL City or Town – XSTOWDXXXXXXXXXXXXX State General Tax School District XSSCHL a. Voter approved levies b. Other local levies Special taxing districts a. Metropolitan special taxing districts b. Other special taxing districts 0 c. Tax increment XSTIFD d. Fiscal disparity Non-school voter approved referenda levies Total property tax before special assessments Special assessments and charges added to this property tax statement for taxes payable in 2009
a. ROW MAINT XSSNO1XX XSSNM1XXXX b. WATER DRAINXSSNO2XX XSSNM2XXXX c. DELQ UTILITIES XSSNM3XXXX XSSNO3XX d. RECYCLE XSSNM4XXXX XSSNO4XX e. XSSNM5XXXX XSSNO5XX 01000032 XSSAM1XXXXXXX 01000080 XSSAM2XXXXXXX 01008416 XSSAM3XXXXXXX 01009996 XSSAM4XXXXXXX XSSAM5XXXXXXX 112.68 67.84 78.92 27.04

0.00 XSCMTPXXXXXXX $ XSSPTPXXXXXXX 2,644.00

0.00 XSCMTCXXXXXXX 1,036.00 $ XSSPTCXXXXXXX

14.

Contamination Tax Total Property Tax and Special Assessments

SEE BACK OF TAX STATEMENT FOR MORE IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Programs Senior Citizens Property Tax Deferral
The Senior Citizen Deferral Program was established to help senior citizens having difficulty paying property taxes. This deferral program allows senior citizens to leverage the equity in their home, providing two primary advantages: (1) It limits the annual out of pocket payment for property taxes to 3 percent of total household income, and (2) It provides predictability. The amount you pay will not change for as long as you participate in this program. To be eligible, you must be 1) at least 65 years old, 2) with a household income of $60,000 or less, and 3) have lived in your home for at least 15 years. While in this program, you will only have to pay taxes equal to 3 percent of your net income, with the remaining tax paid by a low interest loan by the State of Minnesota. This is not a tax forgiveness program – the unpaid tax along with accumulated interest will become a lien on the property for future satisfaction, such as upon a sale or disposition of the estate. To receive a fact sheet and application, please call: 651 556 6088.

New Veterans Exclusion Market Value Exclusion on Homestead Property of Disabled Veterans
If you are a disabled veteran with a 70 100% disability, you may be eligible for a market value exclusion. This new exclusion will reduce property taxes for the homesteads of qualifying disabled veterans. Application qualifications and deadlines apply.

Important Property Tax Homestead Notice For All Homeowners Homestead Applications are Due December 15, 2009
You must contact your County Assessor to file a homestead application if you are a new owner, or you have changed your marital status, name, residence or mailing address, or added or removed an owner. Also, if you sell, move or for any reason no longer qualify for the homestead classification, you are required to notify the County Assessor within 30 days of the change.

Special Homestead Classification (1B) for Persons who are Blind or Permanently and Totally Disabled
If you own and occupy a home and are 100% disabled or legally blind, you may qualify for this program. This is in addition to the benefit provided to regular homesteads and will reduce your property taxes. Application qualifications and deadlines apply.

Resources Struggling to pay your property taxes?
Current Taxes: Ramsey County accepts partial payments for tax installments due for the current year. The full amount of the first and second half installment must be received in our office or postmarked by the due date to avoid penalty charges. If payments are received late, the payment and any subsequent payments are applied first to the penalty charges, then to the tax amount. Penalty charges continue to accrue until the tax amount due is paid in full. Delinquent Taxes: Property taxes become delinquent in the year following the payable year and interest and penalty accrue on a monthly basis. Ramsey County accepts partial payments on delinquent taxes, but payments must be at least 25% of the balance due on the delinquent year owing. Payments are applied first to penalty, interest, and cost and then to taxes. If you qualify, an alternate method of paying off the delinquent tax amount before the property forfeits to the state is to enter into a “confession of judgment” – an agreement to pay the total sum owed under either a 5 year or 10 year installment plan, whichever is applicable (Minnesota Statutes, section 279.37). For more information, call 651 266 2000 (Current taxes) or 651 266 2002 (Delinquent taxes) Email: AskPropertyTaxandRecords@co.ramsey.mn.us.

Struggling to pay your mortgage? Seek HELP IMMEDIATELY! The longer you wait, the less likely anyone will be able to help you
avoid foreclosure. Contact the following agency that applies: St. Paul City of St. Paul Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program 651 266 6626 Website: www.ci.stpaul.mn.us/cityliving Suburban Ramsey County 1 800 777 7419 Lutheran Social Services of MN Foreclosure Prevention Program Website: www.lssmn.org/debt

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New Property Search Back to Search Results Property Identification Number (PIN) 32.29.22.41.0053 Quick Info Property Information Taxpayer Name and Address Value Information Value History Structure Description Sale Information Special Assessments Property Tax Payment Information Property Tax Payment History 2009 Payment Stubs 2009 Property Tax Statement 2009 Value Notice 2008 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2007 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2006 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice Truth in Taxation Statement Tax Year 2009 2008 2008 2008 2008 2008 2007 2007 2007 Date 03-21-2009 05-16-2008 05-16-2008 05-15-2008 05-13-2008 03-22-2008 10-12-2007 05-08-2007 03-24-2007 Type Original Reversal Payment Payment Payment Original Payment Payment Original Tax Amount Total or Adjustment Amount Paid 1,036.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 2,644.00 0.00 0.00 924.00 0.00 -1,398.99 949.86 449.93 449.13 0.00 462.00 462.00 0.00 Property Address 697 Surrey Ave St. Paul 55106-5521 > Tax Payment History

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New Property Search Back to Search Results Quick Info Property Information Taxpayer Name and Address Value Information Value History Structure Description Sale Information Special Assessments Property Tax Payment Information Property Tax Payment History 2009 Payment Stubs 2009 Property Tax Statement 2009 Value Notice 2008 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2007 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice 2006 Property Tax Statement/Value Notice Truth in Taxation Statement Minnesota State Form M1PR First Half Due 05-15-2009 Original Amount Due Payments Made Balance Due Second Half Due 10-15-2009 Original Amount Due Payments Made Balance Due Total Balance Due $518.00 $0.00 $518.00 $1,036.00 E-Pay (US Bank Browser Requirements) $518.00 $0.00 $518.00 Property Identification Number 32.29.22.41.0053 (PIN) Property Address 697 Surrey Ave St. Paul 55106-5521 Delinquent Taxes Due Yes - This property has delinquent taxes
outstanding, please call our office 651-2662002 for the most current dollar amount.

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Ramsey County
Property Records and Revenue
P.O. Box 64097 St. Paul, MN 55164 0097 y Phone: 651.266.2000 Make Payment to: Ramsey County TAXPAYER NAME(S) Sharon Lee Anderson 697 SURREY AV St Paul MN 55106-5521

2nd Half Stub - 2009
2nd Half Tax: $ 518.00

To avoid penalty, pay on or before October 15, 2009 PIN / PROPERTY ADDRESS 32.29.22.41.0053 697 Surrey Ave

02

007

32292241005300

0000051800

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DETACH HERE AND RETURN THE ABOVE PORTION WITH YOUR PAYMENT

Ways to submit your property tax payments:
Sharon Lee Anderson 697 SURREY AV St Paul MN 55106-5521

Mail to: Ramsey County, Property Records and Revenue PO Box 64097, St. Paul, MN 55164-0097 Drop off boxes at: Our office at 90 West Plato Blvd, St. Paul, MN and St. Paul Regional Water Services, 1900 Rice St., St. Paul, MN

*****IMPORTANT CHANGE***** A COPY OF THE PAYABLE 2009 TAX STATEMENT IS NO LONGER REQUIRED WHEN FILING FORM M1PR.

Credit Card/E-Check: www.co.ramsey.mn.us/prr/paytaxes (convenience fees apply)

$$$ REFUNDS
Even if you did not qualify in previous years, you may qualify for one or even two refunds from the State of Minnesota based on your 2009 Property Taxes

If you owned and occupied this property on January 2, 2009 as your homestead, you may qualify for one or both of the following refunds: 1. You may be eligible for a refund if your taxes exceed certain income-based thresholds and your total household income is less than $96,940. 2. If you also owned and occupied this property on January 2, 2008 as your homestead, you may be eligible for a refund if your property taxes increased by more than 12 percent and at least $100 over last year. If you need Form M1PR and instructions:
(651) 296-4444 Minnesota Tax Forms Mail Station 1421 St Paul, MN 55146-1421

www.taxes.state.mn.us

Make sure to provide your Property ID Number on your M1PR to ensure prompt processing.
DETACH HERE AND RETURN THIS PORTION WITH PAYMENT

Ramsey County
Property Records and Revenue
P.O. Box 64097 St. Paul, MN 55164 0097y Phone: 651.266.2000 Make Payment to: Ramsey County TAXPAYER NAME(S) Sharon Lee Anderson 697 SURREY AV St Paul MN 55106-5521

1st Half Stub - 2009
1st Half Tax: $ 518.00

To avoid penalty, pay on or before May 15, 2009
PIN / PROPERTY ADDRESS 32.29.22.41.0053 697 Surrey Ave

01

007

32292241005300

0000051800

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Important: If you own multiple properties, check to make sure you have a statement for each property. We are not responsible for any parcel(s) omitted. Payment: Payment must be in U.S. dollars by money order or check from a U.S. bank or U.S. branch. Check must have bank’s coded transit number along the bottom edge. Payments not meeting these requirements cannot be accepted since the banks involved will charge substantial collection fees.

Mailing Address Correction Only
If there has been a name change or an ownership change on the property, documentation is required. Please call 651.266.2000 for further information.

Street Address: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________________________________ State: ____________ Zip Code: ________________

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR PROPERTY TAX STATEMENT
¾ ¾ ¾ ¾ Only one tax statement per parcel is mailed per year. Statements are mailed in mid to late March, with the exception of Manufactured Homes, which are mailed in late June. A change in ownership recorded after January 1 of the current year, will not initiate the mailing of a new tax statement. The statement will be sent to the previous owner/taxpayer. If you have paid off or refinanced your mortgage and were escrowing your tax payment, you are responsible for paying the taxes due. Failure to timely pay your taxes due or not receiving a tax statement will not forgive the imposition of penalty and interest. If you have not received a tax statement(s) by April 1st of any year (July 15 for manufactured homes), please call (651) 266-2000 to request a duplicate. Duplicates, free of charge are available on our website at www.co.ramsey.mn.us/prr.

Schedule of Penalties for Late Payment of Property Tax – All payments must be postmarked on or before the due date
If your tax is $50.00 or less, it must be paid in full by the first installment date to avoid penalty. If you pay your first half and/or your second half property tax after the due dates, a penalty will be added to your tax. The later you pay the greater the penalty you must pay. The table below shows the penalty rates you will pay if your property taxes are not paid before the due date shown. Property Type Payment Due Date May 16, Jun 1 Jul 1 Aug 1 Sept 1 Oct 1 Oct 16 Nov 1 Nov 17 Dec 1 Jan 2, 2009 2010 Homestead/Cabins 1st Half May 15, 2009 2% 4% 5% 6% 7% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 10% 2nd Half October 15, 2009 * 2% 6% 6% 8% 10% Both Unpaid 5% 7% 7% 8% 10% Non-Homestead/Personal Property on Leased Government Property 1st Half May 15, 2009 4% 8% 9% 10% 11% 12% 12% 12% 12% 12% 14% 2nd Half October 15. 2009 * 4% 8% 8% 12% 14% Both Unpaid 8% 10% 10% 12% 14% Personal Property May 15, 2009 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% Manufactured Homes 1st Half August 31, 2009 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 8% 2nd Half November 16, 2009 8% 8% 8% * Agricultural second half payment is due November 16, 2009. After January 2 of the year following the payable year, interest and other statutory fees and charges will apply.

Important: If you own multiple properties, check to make sure you have a statement for each property. We are not responsible for any parcel(s) omitted. Payment: Payment must be in U.S. dollars by money order or check from a U.S. bank or U.S. branch. Check must have bank’s coded transit number along the bottom edge. Payments not meeting these requirements cannot be accepted since the banks involved will charge substantial collection fees.

Mailing Address Correction Only
If there has been a name change or an ownership change on the property, documentation is required. Please call 651.266.2000 for further information.

Street Address: __________________________________________________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________________________________ State: ____________ Zip Code: ________________

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Jean Margaret Stepan Jean U Stepan Saint Paul , M J Stepan 61 1 Margaret J Stepan MN Margret J Stephan Margaret J Tancabel ON THE GRAVES OF AFFIANTS HERITAGE: TENANTS IN COMMON, Pursuant to Affiants call re: 2008 Tax Delinquency File no 62cv09-1163 to Jean Stepan 's Ramsey County Attorney's Office 651266-3051 yesterday Thurs.30Apr09 to inquire the Status of the Above File No. and your representing the county of ramsey taxpayers, of which Affiant Sharon Scarrella Anderson is one........ Affiant_Private AG, Attorney Pro Se with forensic research, inquired of

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04/10/2009 Correspondence 08/20/2009 Motion Summary Judgment (9:00 AM) * * * * *
1. Where is the proof of service of Stepans Motions for Summary Judgment: When Affiant has not been served? Stepans Answer there is no Motions Filed by her Office, indicating this Co. Attorney has NOT READ OR RESEARCH THE FILE'S. a. Stepan aka Tancabel further stated: out of 3 thousand there was another file with different file no? b. but Stepan could not remember the name or file no.????? MAC_Jean Stepan_Bankruptcy Affiant finds it interesing that Aitkin Co. Auditor Peysor is Treasurer for MAC. 2. When Stepan with "pretended Naivety" stated Never heard of SCAP Panel, Affiant became concernd of apparent Ineffective Assistance of Counsel representing the County Taxpayers of which Affiant paid the Property Taxes "but for" challenging Fees/Assessments obtained by Theft,Trespass,Treason. THEFT OF CAR,TRAILER,TRESPASS,TREASON TO REPEAL STATE AND FEDERAL LAW, AS SHARON ANDERSON IS IN A PROTECTED CLASS OF SOCIAL SECURITY ETC. 3. Affiant Sharon Anderson was assured that Service by the county would be notified. 4. Stepan stated she had no knowledge of who Bernard Madoff was and that Stepan was not aware of the http://sharon4council.blogspot.com documents alleging City of St.Paul municipal bonds did not pay out the 22%y annual to the residents. Sharon Anderson’s Presentations on SlideShare Sharon Anderson | Scribd which are to be presented in this file with Evidentary Hearings at the proper time with valid citations/statutes at issue. THIS CURSORY INQUIRY MUST TRIGGER INTERROGATORYS, GOOD FAITH INVESTIGATIONS INTO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY BY PUBLIC OFFICIALS ETC. ISSUE Does Minn. Stat. § 47.204, subd. 1 (1998), exempt the fees respondents charged appellants from the limitations purportedly imposed by Minn. Stat. § 47.20, subd. 9(g) (1998)? ANALYSIS Statutory construction is a question of law, which this court reviews de novo. Brookfield Trade Ctr., Inc., v. County of Ramsey, 584 N.W.2d 390, 393 (Minn. 1998). Minn. Stat. § 47.20, subd. 9(g) (1998), provides that: The mortgagee shall not charge a direct fee for the administration of the escrow account, nor shall the mortgagee charge a fee or other consideration for allowing the mortgagor to discontinue the escrow account.

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Effective Friday, May 1, 2009, the U.S. District Court, District of Minnesota, will increase the individual file size limit for PDF documents filed on the court's CM/ECF system. The current file size limit of 2.5 MB per document will increase to 5 MB per document. For attorney e-filers, this change will reduce the need to split large documents filed electronically in CM/ECF, such as exhibits, into two or more smaller PDF documents. It also means that some e-filed documents could take longer to view/download when accessing them from e-mail Notices of Electronic Filing (NEFs), or when using PACER. The complete announcement regarding this change is available on the court's public website at: http://www.mnd.uscourts.gov/Press_Releases/2009-01Notice-Of-Filesize-Increase.pdf For assistance with PDF documents or other questions, please contact the court's ECF HelpDesk at 1-866-325-4975 or 612-664-5155 or by e-mail at: ecfhelpdesk@mnd.uscourts.gov .

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“Give Me Liberty – Not Debt Bondage Of Our Children And Our Children’s Children”

THIS IS OUR VERY FIRST E-MAILING/NEWSLETTER FROM WWW.GREENES.US ON BEHALF OF THOSE CONGRESSMEN AND SENATORS WHO HAVE REFUSED TO ACT RESPONSIBLY!!!

"I have no hesitation in declaring that the tax on any useful occupation can not be defined in any form of conscience or of common sense. To tax a man for trying to make a living for his family is such a patent and gross injustice that it should deter any legislature from perpetrating it." 44
Congressional Record, 1702 (1909). (Bolded Emphasis Added). As explained in our past email, under the guise of the United States Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, which is a Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, 199 Senate Russell Building, Washington, DC 20510, represented by Democrats Carl Levin Chairman (D-MI), Thomas R. Carper (D-DE), Mark L. Pryor

we have submitted that cases like Norton v. Shelby County, 118 U.S. 425, 441, 6 S.Ct. 1121 (1886) are a testimony to our assertions that

“The privilege of giving or withholding our moneys is an important barrier against the undue exertion of prerogative which if left Congress has altogether without never authorized control may be the Named exercised to our great Accused oppression; and all “Government history shows how Contractor (31 efficacious its intercession for redress USC § 1321(a) of grievances and (2))” (IRS) to reestablishment of operate or rights, and how encroach into 50 improvident would be States of the Union the surrender of so and is therefore is liable powerful a mediator.” for the acts of a Thomas Jefferson: Commissioner and/or Internal Revenue Officers Reply to Lord North, 1775. Papers 1:225. in which operations exist
outside of the Trust’s geographical application (i.e., limited in terms of the nation's federal district BUT AGAIN, IT IS BIGGER THAN ANYONE

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(D-AR), Claire McCaskill (DMO), Jon Tester (D-MT), Michael Bennet (D-CO), and Republicans Tom Coburn Acting Ranking Member (ROK), Susan M. Collins (R-ME), John McCain (R-AZ), and John Ensign (R-NV), the IRS has merged with certain arrogant government tyrants in the name of the Department of Homeland Security to produce the Biggest Conspiracy I have ever seen. It’s got RICO all over it, but because the set of foreign trusts represented as the IRS now extend to the Department of Homeland Security where action have gone international it is bigger than anyone can ever imagine.

US District Court for Northern New York and now before the 2nd Circuit US Court of Appeals in the spirit and intent that there is Treasury Order 150nothing so wrong with 06, July 9, 1953, is the our government that only authoritative what is right with our document under government can’t which the Bureau of correct, and as early as last Internal Revenue was month we still held hope, but changed to the we have gotten into Internal Revenue something here which is BACKGROUND_ON_THE_IRS Service, thereby bigger than anyone could have imagined, for now we creating the illusion It was the Act of July 1, 1862 have become aware of the of the Internal which created the Office of the fact that under the guise of Revenue Service Commissioner of the IRS the United States Senate (Glavey v. United States, 182 (which was not Committee on Homeland U.S. 595, 607, 21 S.Ct. 891 created by Congress, Security and Governmental (1901)), but that Act (and as required by Article Affairs, which is a associated acts) was repealed I § 8, clause 18 of the Permanent Subcommittee on by the adoption of the Revised Investigations, the set of Constitution of the Statutes of 1873 and “direct foreign trusts represented as United States) as an taxes [within the 48 continental the IRS now extend to the United States] without actual agency of the Department of Homeland apportionment was Department of the Security where action have forbidden” (See Pollock v. gone international it is Treasury with all Farmer’s Loan & Trust Co., bigger than anyone could regulations, 158 U.S. 601 (1895); Chas. C. mimeographs, forms, have ever imagined. Steward Mach. Co. v. Davis, and other Internal 301 U.S. 548, 581-582 (1937)). Although I’ll still need help Revenue and with the traveling expenses Knowledge of this fact was, in Treasury documents and parking fees, etc., to go part, the reason we brought our down to the Court of Appeal amended to conform Qui Tam Action (Case No. 08in New York City to present to Treasury Order cv-0280) against the Named 150-06, and although the Appeal, it is precisely Accused “Government the IRS’ Districts and because of the donations Contractor (the IRS)” as the from others that we go on, Trust (internal revenue) listed at Boundaries are to and as we have explained,

(s) including the District of Columbia relative to insular possessions of the United States) which violate the fundamental rights of the People for which there is protection in the Federal Constitution (see Chas. C. Steward Mach. Co. v. Davis, 301 U.S. 548, 581-582 (1937)).

COULD HAVE EVER IMAGINED

We have presented our suit
as a “public interest suit” and had come before the

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31 USC § 1321(a)(2) which was created under the passage of Reorganization Act No. 1189 dated July 2, 1904, and which resulted in the creation of the offices of “Bureau of Internal Revenue” on August 1, 1904. HOW THIS RELATES TO OUR SUIT AGAINST THE IRS We identified the Trust listed at 31 USC § 1321(a)(2) simply because (1) it preexisted the similar Trust (Internal Revenue) listed at 31 USC § 1321(a)(62) and (2), the Trust (Internal Revenue) listed at 31 USC § 1321(a)(62) simply extended the same Taxing Powers to Puerto Rico as another of the United States’ possessions since 1898, becoming a commonwealth in 1952, and because 50 USC § 1801(o) defines the term “State” so as to have meanings which include any “State of the United States, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, and any territory or possession of the United States” and because, (3) the Act of July 1, 1862 was repealed by the adoption of the Revised Statutes of 1873.

have been established by the President 26 U.S.C. § 7621, there are no implementing regulations for 26 U.S.C. § 7621 which authorizes the President to establish revenue districts within the 50 States of the Union [For delegation
to Secretary of the Treasury of authority vested in President by this section, see section 1(g) of Ex. Ord. No. 10289, Sept. 17, 1951, 16 F.R. 9499, as amended, set out as a note under section 301 of Title 3, whereby the ONLY exception in terms of the subject of “revenue districts” is that, according to the National Archive and Records Administration the only “implementing regulations” are for 26 USC 7601 and 7602 for issues pertaining to alcohol importation (i.e., 7601— 7606…27 Part 70 & 7602…27 Parts 170, 296).] .

we are now moving again before the 2nd Circuit USCA (08-06284-cv), where we are asking the USCA to Vacate the District Court’s most recent Order And REMAND the case back to the USDC For Northern New York, in Albany New York for a second time. If that happens, it will mean that the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals agrees with us and allows us to sue the IRS independent of the United States and the case will be opened up for joiners. I don’t know though – I mean the very idea that the IRS is now operating under the guise of the United States Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs seems mind boggling to me. In any event, if the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals agrees with us and allows us to sue the IRS independent of the United States, at that point, all joiners will automatically have the signatory status of

“If money is wanted by Rulers who have in any manner oppressed the People, they may retain it until their grievances are redressed, and thus peaceably procure relief, without trusting to despised petitions or

“Private Attorneys General” (de jure) and guaranteed protections pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 1988, pages of Causes of Qualified Criminal Action, listing fiftyeight separate Causes Investigators of Action which have pursuant to 18 been developed U.S.C. 1510 and against the IRS as a Federal Witnesses Government Contractor pursuant to 18 rather than the United

And of course, knowledge of all this was a part of the reason my wife and I filed our "public interest suit" which involves many Constitutional Rights Violations including Peonage, Major Fraud, Mail and Bank Fraud, and sets forth thirty-eight

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disturbing the public tranquility.” Continental Congress To Inhabitants of Quebec, an Act passed unanimously by the Congress. Journals of the Continental Congress. Journals 1:105-113.
What all of this means in the context of the various sections of US Code including 31 USC § 3801(6) and 26 USC § 7701 (a)(1) is that the Trust itself is a “person” liable for the acts of a Commissioner and/or Internal Revenue Officers in which operations exist outside of the Trust’s geographical application (i.e., in this case even when the word “State” its’ meaning is such that it is limited in terms of the nation's federal district(s) including District of Columbia relative to insular possessions of the United States) and finally, (5) given that (a) the Act of July 1, 1862 was repealed by the adoption of the Revised Statutes of 1873, (b) the taxing authority authorized pursuant to Article 4 § 3(2) involves a jurisdiction of the Trust listed at 31 USC § 1321(a)(2) which is limited in terms of the insular possessions of the United States and/or the District of Columbia (i.e., the nation's federal district (s)), and as such,

States. Causes of Action include that IRS Officials were involved in the suppression of evidence submitted to the Senate Finance Committee (Exhibit 3), following which IRS Officials publicly announced that WTP Petitions were being responded to with enforcement actions (Exhibit 4). All of this, of course, has been followed by many other enforcement actions essentially meant to overthrow the Constitution and have even been perpetrated upon the District Court in which falsified damages/and IRS falsification of damages (False Claims) includes Fraud upon the Court in a § 6700 suit against our participating organization (United States of America v. Robert L. Schulz, We the People Foundation for Constitutional Education, Inc., and We the People Congress (Case No. 1:07cv-0352)), in violation of our Rights of Privacy and Free Association.

U.S.C. 1512.
Blessings, Bill As you might imagine and as you can plainly see from all of the above, this has been a LOT for us (my wife and I) to do, and, at times, it is hard to fully realize that we are not so alone in all this. THANK YOU Each and Every One of You!!! References for further study include http://www.greenes.us, as well as aboutus.html, notanagency.html, truckdrivers.html, Karenspage.html, karensmessage.html, Billspage.html, services.html, contactus.html, truth_attack.html, civildocket.html, Donate.html.

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